Just over a year since expanding his business, Bigg Daddy’s owner Chad Ginther announced Oct. 2 that due to health concerns, he is looking for a buyer for the restaurant. “It’s not something I want to give up. I love doing what I do,” he said. “But basically what it comes down to is my health.” The restaurant, at 2201 16th Ave. SW, has a menu of hot dogs, burgers and barbecue. Ginther started it as a food cart in 2008 in downtown Cedar Rapids before he and his wife Deanna opened a small brick-and-mortar location at 629 12th Ave. SE in 2013. For now, the restaurant and food cart remain open, and Ginther said he is hoping to find someone who wants to learn his recipes. “I’m hoping someone is willing to take over the business and just operate it as it is,” he said. She opened the cafe seven years ago at 945 Sixth Ave. in Uptown Marion, along with her daughter, Emily Hamilton. The mother-daughter team started baking together when Hamilton was young, and they began selling pastries at the Marion Farmers Market in 1996. “It has been a wonderful, fantastic business. I’ve enjoyed it. We’ve had a really good customer base,” Kettelkamp said. Hamilton has since stepped away from the busine...